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Presentation for English 9 on creating a podcast in Garageband. Includes pointers for getting started, citations and fair use.

Presentation for English 9 on creating a podcast in Garageband. Includes pointers for getting started, citations and fair use.

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    • 1. Podcasting Creating a podcast in GaragebandMs. Le hm anFe br ua ry 2012Sche idem an - Engl ish 9
    • 2. PlanningUse the planningtemplate to get yourscript written andimage ideas beforeyou start creatingyour podcast
    • 3. Website StartersTheoi Greek Mythology - Contains profiles of Greek godsand other characters from Greek mythology.Mythology - Database covering Greek, Roman, Egyptian,Norse and American Indian myths and mythology.Greek Mythology - Reliable resource for information on thegods, goddesses and heroes.
    • 4. Organization & Citation ToolsGoogle Bookmarks - this is associated to youremail accountDiigo - web-based bookmarking site, but you willneed to create an accountBibMe - citation generator
    • 5. Image Fair Use PolicyYou may only use 1 image from a collectionYou may not use more than 5 images from asingle artistYou must credit your images
    • 6. Google Advanced Image SearchSearch term inGoogleClick on ImagesClick on gear &advanced search
    • 7. Change the usage rights (free to use share ormodify is best)Don’t forget to check out those Related searches
    • 8. Click on an image you want to use Go to the ‘Website for the image’ to obtain the source informationImage name, site published on, User/artist, Creative Common License (if applicable), comma & website
    • 9. Source: “Capde Zeus, Museu de Cirene by Fotopedia User Sebastia Giraltunder a CC License, http://www.fotopedia.com/items/flickr-2251661156
    • 10. Using Skitch
    • 11. Final Image PointersKeep track of your sourceinformationRename your images tomatch the image numberor title on your templateMove your photos toiPhoto and group them inone event together
    • 12. Creating Your Podcast Save your project into the Garageband folderMake sure you write down you computer name & number
    • 13. Remove TracksClick on thetrack youdon’t needClick Track atthe top of thescreenChoose‘Delete’
    • 14. Recording1. Select your voice track 2. Hit Record 3. Start narrating 4. Push stop when finished
    • 15. Recording PointersRecord in small chunksIf you mess up, keep recording. You can edit themistakes out later.Speak up
    • 16. Editing Voice Track1. Select the voice track 2. Move the bar to the beginning of where you want to cut your track
    • 17. 4. Move the bar to the end of the section you want to remove from your track - Click Edit & Split3. Click Edit & Split
    • 18. 5. Highlight the section you want todelete & click delete on your keyboard
    • 19. Insert Art work1. Click on Media Browser 2. Select Photos3. Drag and drop you photos into the Artwork track
    • 20. 4. Resize the images by clicking on the photo in the editor 5. Use the resize slider to fit your image in the viewing area
    • 21. Artwork is too big Artwork is just right
    • 22. Insert Music 1. Click on Audio in the Media Browser 2. Choose your music 3. Drag & drop it into the timeline (it will create a new music track for you)
    • 23. 4. Adjust your music length Go to the end ofthe track - yourcursor will changeto a line witharrows on eitherside Click, hold & Reminder - You can onlyslide the audio use 30 seconds of a songtrack until you and it needs to behave the desired included on your citationlength
    • 24. Final Pointers Make sure you eliminate all the gapsbetween your artwork and audio clips. To make this processeasier, use the slidebar to zoom in closer on the timeline.
    • 25. Make sure you create a slide for your citations andinclude it as your last image on the artwork.Remember that citations go in alphabetical order.Remember to cite your music.Check your rubric often so you don’t leave out a crucialelement.Check Mr. Scheideman’s website for instructions onexporting your project from Garageband and turning it in
    • 26. Citations"BibMe: Fast & Easy Bibliography Maker - MLA, APA, Chicago, Turabian - Free." BibMe: Fast & Easy Bibliography Maker - MLA, APA, Chicago, Turabian - Free. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Feb.2012. <http://bibme.org>.Ibrahim, Mohamed. "Question Mark Icon clip art - vector clip art online, royalty free & public domain." The online royalty free public domain clip art - vector clip art online, royalty free & public domain. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Feb. 2012. <http:/ /www.clker.com/clipart-30002.html>."Purdue OWL: MLA Formatting and Style Guide ." Welcome to the Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL). N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Feb. 2012. <http:// owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747 /01/>.
    • 27. Questionsgwen.lehman@usd495.net

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